Anthony Malakian, US editor of Waters, and James Rundle, news editor of Waters, record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.
This week, Michael Radziemski joins Anthony and James on the podcast to discuss tech evolutions taking place in financial markets. Radziemski has 30 years of experience in the industry, with stints at Bankers Trust, Citigroup and Lord Abbett, where he was chief information officer from 2003 to 2016.
1:30 Radziemski looks at the problem of convenience overshadowing need in technology.
4:00 How has the industry evolved in his time as a technologist?
6:30 How do you take advantage of new tools such as machine learning without creating spaghetti infrastructures—and where do firms tend to fail when implementing new technologies?
10:30 The industry’s infrastructure isn’t up to snuff, according to Radziemski, but that’s also helping to drive public cloud infrastructure adoption.
13:00 How has the public cloud space evolved?
18:30 What skills do developers need to have in today’s environment?
22:45 Radziemski’s predictions for the top three trends in 2018: Robotic process automation; Machine learning; Public cloud adoption.
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